Reports say that the earlier spotted Japanese fish-unloading dock, torn away by the Japanese Tsunami, has finally beached itself on a wilderness stretch of beach 8 miles north of Toleak Point, Washington or roughly 15 miles north of the Hoh River mouth.
The dock was spotted by the crew of the Fishing Vessel Lady Nancy off the Olympic Peninsula last Friday, but then lost sight of it. Then today, it was discovered on an isolated beach between Toleak Point and the Hoh River, just north of where Highway 101 turns eastward toward Port Angeles.
The dock looks identical to the one that came ashore June 5th at Agate Beach just north of Newport. The Oregonian has more details. Click here.